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boundary of Ammon Dt 3 16 , and (northern) of Amorites Jos 12 2 ; but some confusion (Di Nu 2 i 24 Dt 2 s7 );— mod. Wady Zerqa, Bd p * 1181 . t[~lpH] vb. inquire, seek (NH id., Aram. 1£3, r~-; alto Eth. fl«M: in deriv.; orig. divide, discern, cf. Ar. Jio slit, rip, split) — only Pi. Pf.

s. sf. O' 1 '?'!?' consec. EZ34 11 ; Impf. ">i?.3* Lv 

, 3 S6 27 33 ; -jg^ Ez 34 i2. j n f C gt r .-^ 2 K 16 15 + 2 t; — seek, look for, sq. ? Lv 13 36 ; seek (to distinguish) sq. SH? 31t3~| , a Lv. 27 s3 ; see& (in order to care for) sq. ace. |XV Ez 34" (|| BH"l) v 12 , fig. of" seeking his people; contemplate, sq. 3 )r 2 7 4 (|| 3 HTPI); consider, reflect, abs. Pr 20 25 B*TB "IHK i.e. whether the vows were wise, or should be kept (cf. Str ad loc. & reff.) ; cf. perh.

K 16 15 consider (what shall be done with the 

old altar); look at Klo, (so "lifOp 1 K 3 21 for 2nd 1J533), AV RV to inquire by, @ for praying ; perh. denoting some religious service to be performed by king himself, cf. esp. RS 8 ™ 1 - 467 . -?2. (f. (In 33. 10; Jbl,14cf.Dt32,H S17 - 29 ) cattle, herd, ox (Ar. 'pS, Aram. HTJIJB, K9"P> ]iai (cf. also Hom N8222fl ); name from ploughing, so Thes Lag BNM al.)- — abs. '3 Gn 12 16 + ; cstr. T?3 Nu 7 s8 ; sf. T!P3 Gn 45 10 + ; T)P T 3Ex20 24 Je5 17 ; iT» 1 Sn 7 ' 2 S 12 4 ; D31P.3 Dti'2 6 ; D^3 J e 3 24 + ; pi. °*1i?3 Am6 12 (ah rd'. D* "fO) 2 Ch'4 3 (but rd. U"ypB v.' II 1 K 7 M infr.); sf. enjjB Ne io 37 ; rd. nanpa for Damrn 1 S 8 16 ©We Dr; — 1. mostly coll. a. cattle, generic (never pi. in form) Gn 1 2 6 1 3* 20 14 2 1 27 24 s5 Lv I 2 Dt 8 13 I Sn 1 Ho 5 6 Jo i 18 1 Ch 27 2929 + oft. (frequently || |Nv) ; as grazing, 1 Ch 27 s9 + ; in sim. '33 Jb 40 15 Is 1 1 7 65 s5 ; as lowing (in 7ty 1 S 15 14 ; ">p,3 rtipD possession of (i.e. property in) cattle Gn 6 14 ' 47 17 (both J); '3 n-$ Jo i 18 herds of cattle; esp. TJS-ja son of cattle (i.e. be- longing to the "Ip3), to denote a single ox, calf, etc. ; as used for food Gn 1 8 7 cf. v 8 (J); — in these prob. = calf (v. also iSq" T*? »JM ^3); usually for sacrifice (Hex only P) Nu 15 89 ; '3H-|3 Lv i 5 ; appos. ^5> tLv 9 2 ;— cf. "ty r% tDt 21 3 1 S 16 2 Is 7";— mostly appos. 13 Ex 29> + 27t.; also pi. -pP3 ♦» D'-ia Nu 28 111927 29 1317 (on all these cf. J3); also indef. cattle, oxen, of a number not specified Nu 7 8788 (in both enumerated as D^B); 22 40 1 S I4 3S 15 s " I K I 9 7 29 - 29 (here of graven work) 8 s I Ch 1 2 40 2 Ch 5 6 18 2 Is 22 13 ^66 15 ; also as beasts of burden + 1 Ch 1 2 40 . b. a particular herd of cattle Gn 18 7 (J); cf. pi. WTSft, our herds, only Ne io 37 . . more individually, Aead of cattle, — yet alw. of more than one (Hex mostly P; pi. only Am 6 12 + a Ch 4 3 v. supr.); of two Nu 7 17 + 1 1 1. Nu 7 ; tcf. also '3 IDS yoke (pair) of oxen iSii' cf.v 7 , 1 K 19" cf. v 21 (ploughing, cf. v 19 ); also 2 S 6 8 =i Ch i 3 9 (drawingacart,cf.Nu7 3t iS6 7 '), 2 S 24 22 =iCh2i 33 , 2S24 M24 iKi 9 20 Am6 12 (pi.); 500 yoke of oxen Jb I 3 cf.v 14 ; 1000 yoke 42 ls ; further, of four Nu 7 7 ; five Ex 2 1 37 (nrw iWn); seven 2 Ch 2 9 ,a ( || DnB v 21 ); eight Nu 7"; ten 1 K 5 3 ; twelve Nu 7 3 (singly called ite) cf. v 6 ; of the twelve brazen bulls beneath the sea in Sol's temple 1 K 7 2S44 =2 Ch 4 41 ' cf. 2 K 16 17 2 Ch 4 3 (Dnp3 nW),' (but rd. in both D-ViJB, as H1K7 24 cf. BeOt) v 4 Je52 J0 ; of twenty 1 K5 3 ; seventy 2 Ch 2 9 32 ; hundreds or thousands 1 K 8 ra =2 Ch 7 5 , 2 Ch 15 11 29 s3 35 789 (cf.v 12 ), & N U3I 33-38.44 + Note -|p 3 n st?n Dt 32 14 (poem), o nis^ 2 S 1 7 29 , 'sn ^f 2 S 2 4 s2 1 K 1 9 21 , "rapp 'sn Ju 3 31 , '3n »j»ipx Ez. 4 16 (opp. D"iNn !£a). t"Vrta n.m.denoin. herdsman Am 7 1 of Amos himself, cf. D'lm "JTW **■ -1,-£ 2U n.m. E,1 °- 13 morning (NH id.; from spfc't, penetrate, as the dawn the darkness, light through cloud-rifts, etc.) — '3 Gni 6 +(alw. abs.) ; pi. D^S? Jb 7 18 + 4 t.; — 1. morning (of point of time, time at which, never during which, Eng. morning= forenoon): — a. of end of night (opp. nW) Ex io 13 (J) Lv 6 s (P) Ju 19 s5 Ru 3 1313 Is 2i 12 'cf. 1 S 19 11 (|hno, opp. nW>); opp. Tt&k f 92 3 ; also (opp. fty Ex 23 18 3 4 25 (both JE) Lv 19" (H) Dt 16 4 ; opp. niD^X Am 5 8 ; cf. further Gn 40 6 41 8 (both E) Ex 1 2 s2 34" (both JE) 1 S3 15 + - tb. implying the coming of dawn, and even daylight Gn 29^ (E) 44 3 (J) 1 K 3 21 (but Klo here for 2nd "ip.33, rds. tSf by looking at it v. T>3) Jb 24 17 38 12 (IpTO); 'Sn niJBi) Ex 14 27 (JE) at the turn of the morning, so Ju 19 26 (|pD#n n^P v 24 ; sq. "lisrpj?, as something later, v 26 ) ; vid. Ru 3 14 (||injn J"IK B*X t2* Dl"lt33 before men could re- cognise each other) ; cf. 1p3 ^"D Jb 38 7 stars of morning ; but also c. "rtK vb. Gn 44 s (J) TiK ipan; c. TIN noun, -p2rt niK3 Mi 2 1 ; & esp. ipan -iiK iy Ju 16 2 (opp. rb"b) so 1 S 14 s8 ; also 1 S 25 22 - 34 - 38 2 S 17 33 2 K 7 9 ; cf. 1 S 29 10 (|| B?^ "*Jp. tc. of coming of sun- rise Ju 9 ffl 2 S 23" 2 K 3 21 cf. 3-ijn '3 wto ^ 6,5 9 i.e. places of sunrise and sunset (H 1 " 1 ^? i. e. ends of earth), d. of beginning of day, nn$n$n '3? fB Ru 2 7 (cf. v 14 ) vid. 2824" (but